Scientific Advisory Board

Scientific Advisory Board

April 28, 2023

The Scientific Advisory Boards constitute the central instrument of the self-supporting scientific evaluation of the Max Planck Society. For very basic reasons such monitoring of standards is essential to the Max Planck Society: externally to justify the funds with which it is entrusted and on which there have always been ceilings; internally, to enlarge the scope and competence of the various administrative organs of the Max Planck Society so they may decide on essential aspects of their own development, both in the individual Institutes and overall.

Prof. Dr. J. Paul Attfield
The University of Edinburgh, Centre for Science at Extreme Conditions, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Prof. Dr. Silke Bühler-Paschen
Technische Universität Wien, Institut für Festkörperphysik, Wien, Austria

Prof. Dr. Serena Cussen
University of Sheffield, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Prof. Dr. Steven De Feyter
KU Leuven, Molecular Imaging and Photonics, Leuven, Belgium

Prof. Dr. Mircea Dincă
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry, Cambridge, USA

Prof. Dr. Supratik Guha
The University of Chicago, Pritzker Molecular Engineering, Chicago, USA

Prof. Dr. Martin P. Head-Gordon
University of California, College of Chemistry, Berkeley, USA

Prof. Dr. Maki Kawai
President, National Institutes of Natural Sciences, Okazaki, Japan

Prof. Dr. Marcel Nooijen
University of Waterloo, Department of Chemistry, Waterloo, Canada

Prof. Dr. Jörg Schmalian
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie(KIT), Institute for Theoretical Condensed Matter, Karlsruhe, Germany

Prof. Dr. Setsuko Tajima
Osaka University, Department of Physics Graduate School of Science, Osaka, Japan

Prof. Dr. Nandini Trivedi
The Ohio State University, Department of Physics, Columbus, USA

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